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Disaster Emergency Services Employee Survey

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A new survey recording data from state disaster and emergency services workers finds that they believe employee satisfaction is not a priority for their bosses. The other half say good job performance isn't recognized. But that isn't the case for all employees. The workers whose job it is to aid in the response to flooding and other disasters have a high sense of their mission. Most DES workers also believe their managers lead by example, make effective decisions and act with fairness and respect.

The workplace climate survey was conducted this spring after a report last year based on employee interviews revealed complaints of dysfunction in the agency and some distrust of their supervisors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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